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“Must see place for all Indian as their last Emperior”

Tomb of Bahadur Shah Zafar
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Owner description: The final resting place of the exiled 18th-century Indian king.
Reviewed July 4, 2016

Very interesting place for all Indians as the tomb of last Indian Emperor. Believe Netaji also started his lecture to INA team from here. Must take a local tourist map from Hotel where it is marked and show to Taxi driver. Else not many knows this place as it does not pertain to Burma local interest. Read history of this place to enjoy. No Entry fee and parking is easily available,. Quite close to Shwedagon pagoda

1  Thank Kingshuk P
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Reviewed June 27, 2016

It is very old history place near at Shwedagon pagoda road. Also well known place name TOMB of Bahadur King in Yangon city. Some of travelers would like to visit there to study and taking photos.

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Reviewed June 19, 2016

This is quite hard to find, but worth it if you are interested in the history of the British Raj and its complex relationship with the Mughal Empire.

Thank K5802EYjohnk
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Reviewed June 15, 2016

Give the location correctly -Zi Wa Ka Street. My taxi - driver was Muslim and knew it as Zafar Baba ka Mazaar.
The last Mughal emperor was, and is revered among Muslims as a Sufi saint, a MURSHID, someone who can guide others on the spiritual path of meditation and insight meditation.
His deepest sorrow was dying away from his beloved Hindusthan, his zameen.
So I took a handful of soil from my garden, placed some on his mazar on the lower leve-the actual one and kept the rest near the flowers.
The caretaker and i, both shed tears together.
I hope He rests in peace.
There is an excellent food joint in the complex for dal chawal and dal vadas, all for less that 1000 kyats.

4  Thank Shubha Y
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Reviewed June 5, 2016 via mobile

I probably missed the real spot, because to me it looked just like a regular mosque without much to see. Kind of cute building, but as I hadn't properly read up on the subject, I wasn't inspired by the site. Read up or go somewhere else...

1  Thank TheLegos
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